Software Developers C#/Angular - all levels - Barnsley

  • Category
    Development Roles - Microsoft Development
  • Location
    Barnsley, South Yorkshire
  • Salary
  • External Reference
    SDBAR2019

Software Developers all levels up to senior - Barnsley
Up to £47,000 + 20% Bonus + Excellent Pension + Share Scheme

We are seeking C#, ASP.NET Software Developers and Full Stack Developers to join our client in their modern offices are in the centre of Barnsley. This is an organisation that invests heavily in their teams and offer outstanding work conditions, extensive benefits and bonus. They are developing several new innovative products and require 4 additional developers to join a development team of 9.

This is a great opportunity to progress your career and become part of a dynamic yet relaxed and friendly team where your input is valued and encouraged.

In this role you will to support the organisation in their ambitious IT strategy with commercial experience in developing web applications in C#, ASP.NET, Angular 2. The organisation works to agile methodologies.

*Systems design and specification.(C#,ASP.Net, MVC, Angular, IOS, Android)
*To produce technical specifications.
*To produce, test and document program code within agreed timescales and to documented standards.
*To participate in the use and development of departmental procedures.


You should have good knowledge of:

* C#, ASP.NET
* Javascript, HTML, CSS
* Angular or Mobile apps, IOS, Android would be advantageous
* Continuous Integration
Spring acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Spring Group UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Mark Chesters